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Hyperspectral and multi-mission high resolution optical remote sensing of aquatic environments
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Originele titel: Hyperspectrale hoge-resolutie remote sensing in wateromgevingen
Acroniem: HYPERMAQ
Periode: 2016 tot 2020
Status: Gestart
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Abstract
Algorithms for remote sensing of suspended particulate matter and chlorophyll concentration are quite mature and applications relating to coastal sediment transport and environmental monitoring are routinely using satellite data. The challenge for researchers is now to estimate more than just concentration. Sediment transport users want spatial and temporal information on particle size and composition. Marine biologists and water quality managers want information on phytoplankton and benthic community composition, which is particularly difficult to obtain from remote sensing in turbid waters. The advent of spaceborne hyperspectral instruments offers the potential to yield more information on aquatic particles, both algal and non-algal.

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